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Acid Reflux

Some Basic Information on Acid Reflux

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By Lucas Mattioneli

Some studies show that ten percent of the population experiences the signs and symptoms of GERD or acid reflux disease. The sad part is that almost half of that population brushes off these symptoms. This is probably the reason why almost one third of today’s population suffers from it. If you don’t want to be a part of this sad statistics, then you better start reading information about the disease. Here are some of them.

Acid reflux disease can affect anybody. It can affect infants as well as people who are at their golden age. This is why you should never think that you are too young to have the disease. Sad information about acid reflux is that most people who experience its symptoms often blame stress and so, they end up not seeking any form of medical help.

Vital information about acid reflux that you must keep in mind is that the best way to prevent it is by stepping up and noticing the symptoms earlier on. Symptoms include difficulty in swallowing, chest pain that can radiate to the back, neck and jaw, choking during the middle of the night and heart burn. Don’t relate everything that you feel with stress because you might end up overlooking a serious ailment that is developing inside your body.

If you just underwent an esophageal or gastric surgery, then the chances of you developing acid reflux is pretty high. You may also develop it if you have been vomiting for a very long time and if you have duodenal ulcer.

One thing worth noting about acid reflux is that there is a surgery that can cure the disease. The name of the surgery is Endoluminal Gastroplication. In this surgery, a pleat will be created near the lower esophageal sphincter thus stopping the reflux from happening. If you are afraid of undergoing invasive procedures, then you might want to consider the natural ways to cure it.


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